Marmoleum is a floor covering made from renewable materials such as linseed oil, wood flour, pine rosin, jute and limestone and is suitable for all areas of your home, including bathrooms and kitchens.
Once installed Marmoleum is hygienic and anti-static and easy to maintain and after its long life, it is completely biologically degradable.
This is a very traditional product but its look and feel makes it suitable for both traditional styles and very contemporary homes.
The Marmoleum range offer 33 x 33cm and 50 x 50cm tile sizes in 30 colours, giving lots of design possibilities from simple checkerboard tile designs to panels, borders and key squares. Unlike Karndean and Amtico which mimic other natural products – Marmoleums range is all about colour and their tile range includes orange, red and lime green as well as chalk white, blue and black.
If you are looking to recreate an authentic Victorian or Edwardian feel to your home or want a very contemporary splash of colour for your floor have a look at the Marmoleum range.
Marmoleum is the band name of Linoleum (Lino) and is still manufactured in Kirkcaldy in Fife at the world’s oldest Linoleum factory (est. 1877).